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by The BeaconWi-Fi Alliance® was thrilled to welcome Ross Sabolcik, SVP and GM for Commercial and Industrial IoT Products at Silicon Labs, to The Signal podcast.
by The BeaconCES is known for kick-starting the year in the tech community, and the 2023 event was no exception.
by Dan HarkinsThere are an estimated 13 billion IoT devices in the world and that number is expected to grow to nearly 30 billion by 2030. Yet onboarding these devices onto a secure network presents a dilemma—devices need credentials to access the network, but must get on the network to obtain credentials.
by Y. Zachary FreemanWi-Fi HaLow™ made quite a splash at CES 2023. Newracom exhibited the capabilities of Wi-Fi HaLow with a live demonstration that included cameras, sensors, and smart shelf labels that were operated through a single Wi-Fi HaLow access point (AP).
by The BeaconMany recent advancements in Wi-Fi® have set the stage for optimism about its evolving role in our personal and professional lives.
by Neil WesteWith the potential to revolutionize agriculture, improve yields and protect the environment, it’s easy to understand why the smart agriculture market is predicted to reach $24.3 billion by the end of 2022. Last year, farmers installed 27.4 million wireless IoT devices; a number that has risen steadily over the last five years.
by The BeaconThis Special Feature appeared in the November 2022 edition (Issue 7) of the Wi-Fi Alliance® Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter. To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here.
by The BeaconMost US homes have on average at least a dozen connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices — a number that could eventually exceed a hundred, with 27 billion IoT devices expected to reach the market by 2025. To support the performance requirements of this many devices, it will be necessary to leverage Wi-Fi® network
by The BeaconFrom virtual assistant technologies to smart home devices, Internet of Things (IoT) technology is everywhere. One of the fastest growing additions to the IoT universe is vehicles, with connectivity reshaping the automotive industry.
by Saju PalayurWhat are IoT and IIoT?The Internet of Things (IoT) devices read sensors and exchange data over the internet. Long battery life and seamless internet connectivity are necessary for these systems' reliable deployment and maintenance.